transvesical

transvesical

 [trans-ves´ĭ-kal]
through the bladder.
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transvesical

(trăns-vĕs′ĭ-kăl)
Across or through the bladder.
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Generally, internal drainage devices such as double-J stents are placed in retrograde transvesical route by urologists via a cystoscope (5, 6).
Cleveland technique (transvesical method): Access to the bladder is achieved through 3 mm suprapubic ports, the ureteral orifice is sealed with an endoloop, and the orifice is completely circumscribed to the perivesical area.
Eighteen-month results of a randomized prospective study comparing transurethral photoselective vaporization with transvesical open enucleation for prostatic adenomas greater than 80 cc.
Extraperitoneal Transvesical Prostatectomy is the gold standard of treatment for large BPH in elderly patients with COPD.
Prostate biopsy reports were recorded (positive or negative for PCa) once the patient underwent prostatectomy (transvesical prostatectomy-TVP, transurethral resection of prostate-TURP or transrectal prostate biopsy-TRPB).
This was followed by transvesical approach, more difficult, dangerous and rarer at the time.
A short suprapubic Pfannenstiel incision was performed, followed by a transvesical approach under cystoscopic control.
[9] For a variety of reasons, where the transvesical route cannot be used, the transgastric route is recommended.
The type of surgical technique chosen (transvesical, transvaginal, laparoscopic or robotic), depends on surgeon experience, whether the fistula is simple or complex, and patient characteristics.
Laparoscopic transvesical approach for vesicovaginal fistula repair.